What’s on this April
This April, the Library has a great range of activities for all. Here’s a summary of what we have coming up:
April School Holiday Grab and Go activity packs
In a hurry and need something to entertain the kids? Our Grab and Go activity packs are perfect, and a new pack is available each week! Find out more.
21 April – Taking the Ridge
Part of our Writers and Readers programme, Taking the Ridge welcomes author Jeffrey McNeill to talk about his book Taking the Ridge: Anzacs & Germans at the Battle of Messines 1917.
The talk is on 21 April at 6pm on the Ground Floor of Central Library, and RSVPs are requested. Find out more.
27 April – Global War, Global Catastrophe – Neutrals, Belligerents and the Transformation of the First World War
The First World War had a massive impact on Aotearoa New Zealand, but we were far from alone. In this lecture, Professor Maartje Abbenhuis explains how fundamental the First World War was for communities around the world, whether they actually fought in the war or not.
This talk is hosted at the Globe Theatre at 5.45pm. RSVPs are necessary. Find out more.
It’s like Summer Reading, but cosier and open to all!
Read, earn badges and go into the draw to win prizes for feeding your inner bookworm. Find out more.
COMING UP IN MAY
5 May – The Career That Chose Me: Vicki Lee Find out more.
12 May – Life as a Beefeater in the Tower of London Find out more.
More activities and programmes are in store at the Library, so stay tuned!